My Name is Khedekar

Friday, February 12, 2010

The pain written all over his face. SRK makes a passionate plea as an Indian

Fresh news coming from Mumbai suggests that popular Marathi actor Sachin Khedekar, known for his much forgotten portrayal of Netaji in Shyam Benegal's Bose:The Forgotten Hero, has come out to help Dharma productions come out of the current mess. All SRK images in MNIK posters in Maharashtra will be replaced tonight with Khedekar's. Mahesh Manjrekar has also been roped in to don his Shivaji attire (from the superhit film Me Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy) and visit cinema halls to pacify the psyched Shiv (In)Sainiks who, like the Na'vi of Pandora, believe that human beings from the rest of India are out to upstage them from their own land.

Despite assurances from the Government, the public is not too keen to venture out and face the heat at cinema halls. Sensing the mood, the Chief Minister Ashok Chavan is mulling on the idea of declaring a public holiday on Friday and asking Government employees to go and compulsorily watch MNIK to prove his point. In a two pronged attack, the Government also mocked Shiv Sena's page 3 kind of demonstration saying that Raj Thackeray was probably more of a pain in the ass than this photographer Thackeray who has in many ways given a fresh lease of life to Congress in Maharasthra. The home minister, Mr R.R.Patil had this to say on the protests - "Bade shehron mein aisi chhoti baatein hoti rehti hain". This reminds us of the last time he used the same statement and was shown the door. Hope there is nothing more to it this time around.

Meanwhile, SRK has published his individual demographic data on twitter to reaffirm his nationality that is being questioned by Uddhav and his band. His latest tweet goes on to state his nationality, his place of birth, information about his livlihood, his desires among other things. He has also requested people to shun violence and go and watch Rann instead of MNIK if that helped. The oh-so-humble Big B on his part has decided to tread the path of silence and not even thanked SRK for this gesture fearing a backlash from Shiv Sena.


Ram Chandra said...

"Bade shehron mein aisi chhoti baatein hoti rehti hain"...wasnt this something SRK said in one of his films?

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